New park edit from Kouki and a few other homies. Check it out!
Well the weather in San Diego today is looking pretty rainy. But maybe this Weekend Hype will help clear it up so we can go shred! Featuring: Ricky Holderby, Zack Dowdy, Chris Gregson, Chris Russell, Justin Greer, Reese Salken, Allen Young, Connor Getzlaff, Shaun Ross, Ronnie Yerman, Riley Stevens, Kaleb Hall, Oscar Navarro, Spenser Prati, Chris LaRue, Brendan Keaveny and David Cobb.
Venue Skate Shop in Richmond, VA recently put out a video called “Old Dominion” which happens to features one of our Flow riders Jon Rowe. Jon has a really rad part and jam to match. Thanks to Will Rosenstock and Venue Skate Shop for allowing us to post it first! Please get a copy today olddominionvideo.com/dvdorder
This SMonthly We have STEE Sides “007” with some more left overs from “STEE”
Featuring: Dorian Gray, Kellen James and Larelle Gray
Filmed by Nick Lamm, Jim Kappel, Mike Crady & Dan Connelly
Edited by Dan Connelly
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An excerpt from Will Taylor’s section in Coping Mechanism. (featuring a cameo from Fernando Bramsmark)
Full length documentary available here: skatemalmo.tictail.com/
The vast concrete expanse that is Malmo’s Stappelbaddsparken just received yet another extension this year under the guiding hand of Will Taylor. Will is a hard graftin Virginia concrete worker who came to Malmo to work building skateparks and as you can see from this excerpt he soon learned that the relationship between the skaters and the city in Malmö was something quite special.
Coping Mechansim, a new documentary film by Phil Evans about the Swedish city of Malmö and its unique relationship with skateboarding and concrete.
More info on the film and copies are available here: skatemalmo.se/
Everybody knows how amazing China is for skateboarding. China has been heavily covered, with it’s marble, granite. steel and weird sculptures lining every street and city, it’s a certified skateboarder’s paradise. Well, we didn’t go to China. Fuck it. It’s already been done.
This was the first Element trip with a newly revamped Australian team… Alex Lawton, Deen Rakich, Christian Low, Jeremy Corea and Element pro, Bjorn Johnston.
Little did we know, but midsummer is not an ideal time to visit Taiwan. It’s hot, susceptible to rain, floods, storms, typhoons and other climatic changes that are not exactly skate friendly. We still don’t know if there were any reported deaths, but we’re happy to say we all managed to survive our first ever typhoon.
As skateboarding is relatively new in Taiwan, we saw more than our fair share of virgin spots. We’re talking perfect marble hubbas without a lick of wax, and tiny immaculate handrails without a trace of boardslide.
We were on the search for the ultimate spot porn and Taiwan didn’t disappoint.